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YouTubers Are Opening Haunted Dybbuk Boxes from the Dark Web

I was born into the first generation to grow up with the internet, but even I don’t get a lot of the new web and social media trends out there, particularly those found on the wretched hive of scum and villainy that is YouTube in 2018. Are there no lows too low for YouTubers to stoop to in order to gain a few more subscribers? I mean I get it that a lucky few vloggers  have somehow managed to leverage the video-sharing platform into overnight fame and fortune, but for the most part the whole concept of YouTube vlogging just seems so desperate.

Facebook is also working on brain interfacing tech.

The future is so much worse than Orwell or Lyotard could have imagined.

Occasionally, this desperation causes real harm. All sorts of ill-advised challenges have led to injury and death for some vloggers hungry for the fake approval of anonymous strangers and Russian bots. Tide pod challenges, condom-snorting challenges, cinnamon or hot pepper-eating challenges, and even self-immolation challenges have already claimed dozens of victims in the name of web cred.

Now, one of the newest YouTube trends to spring up could have more far-reaching consequences if one internet urban legend is to be believed. YouTubers are now buying mystery packages off of the Dark Web and opening them contents unknown on camera – mystery packages which include so-called haunted “Dybbuk boxes.” If you’re unfamiliar with the Dybbuk box, check out our Brent Swancer’s take on the tale.

The original Dybbuk Box and contents.

If you search YouTube for “dark web challenge” or “deep web challenge,” you’ll find scores of these videos. Most of the mystery boxes opened in these brain cell-killing videos contain unknown narcotics and narcotic-looking substances, stained clothing, Nazi paraphernalia, or electronics scrap. A few though, seem to contain objects or substances used in occult or voodoo rituals, even Dybbuk boxes, the haunted boxes or cabinets alleged to house evil spirits which served as the basis for the (unwatchable) 2012 Sam Raimi film The Possession.

In one of these videos, painfully obnoxious YouTuber ImJayStation opens a “dark web challenge” box allegedly containing four different Dybbuk boxes. ImJayStation refuses to open them, so unfortunately his subscribers didn’t get a chance to watch his punchable, tattooed face melt into goo as ancient evil spirits spewed forth into the world. Maybe hopefully next time.

Maybe potentially unleashing demonic spirits isn’t actually worth a few digital thumbs up. Maybe opening mysterious boxes ordered from anonymous sellers on the dark web is never a good idea, Dybbuk box or not.

Then again, maybe we should let natural selection take its course.

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Medical Drugs: Too Big to Fail

Jon Rappoport, Guest
Waking Times

As my readers know, I’ve reported on a number of scandals concerning the toxicity of medical drugs and vaccines, including shocking death numbers in the US.

These scandals are leaks from inside the National Security State.

If you visit Wikileaks, Cryptome, Public Intelligence, and other similar sites, how many purely medical documents do you find posted?

How many damaging leaks exposing the crimes of the medical cartel do you find?

Very, very few.

Where are the medical insiders who are liberating and passing along incriminating documentary evidence?

Some of the best exposers of political, intelligence-agency, and military crimes are way behind the curve, when it comes to medical matters. They’re living in a fantasy. They see nothing in the medical arena.

The medical sphere, for various reasons, is far better protected than any other segment of society.

For the hundredth time, let me cite Dr. Barbara Starfield’s stunning review, “Is US health really the best in the world?” published on July 26, 2000, in the Journal of the American Medical Association.

Starfield, at the time, was working as a highly respected public health expert, at the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health.

She concluded that the US medical system kills 225,000 Americans a year. That would add up to 2.25 million deaths per decade.

Laid directly at the door of the American medical complex.

Aside from the genocidal death toll, Starfield’s findings also reveal massive fraud in all medical journals that routinely publish the glowing results of clinical trials of drugs.

How could such trials open the door to the marketing of drugs that kill, according to Starfield, 106,000 Americans every year, unless deep, continuing, and abetted research fraud were the order of the day?

Indeed, Dr. Marcia Angell, the editor of New England Journal of Medicine for 20 years, wrote the following:

“It is simply no longer possible to believe much of the clinical research that is published, or to rely on the judgment of trusted physicians or authoritative medical guidelines. I take no pleasure in this conclusion, which I reached slowly and reluctantly over my two decades as an editor of The New England Journal of Medicine.” (NY Review of Books, January 15, 2009)

Finally, here’s a document (as a slide presentation) in plain sight, on the FDA’s own site: “FDA Why Learn About Adverse Drug Effects?”. You’ll see the FDA admits there are 100,000 deaths per year resulting from these “drug effects.”

The FDA, of course, is the single government agency responsible for certifying drugs as safe and effective, before their public release is permitted. Yet the FDA takes absolutely no responsibility for the deaths.

Can you imagine the feeding frenzy, if, say, some leaker in the Pentagon passed along a political/military document to Wikileaks that showed the Dept. of Defense was poisoning to death, like clockwork, a hundred thousand of its own soldiers every year—and was readily admitting it?

Let’s stop this insane nonsense of separating one whole set of government crimes from another, simply because the propagandized priests in the white coats are above reproach.

We’re not living in 1950 anymore, and this isn’t Kansas.

About the Author

Jon Rappoport is the author of three explosive collections, THE MATRIX REVEALEDEXIT FROM THE MATRIX, and POWER OUTSIDE THE MATRIX, Jon was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29thDistrict of California. He maintains a consulting practice for private clients, the purpose of which is the expansion of personal creative power. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative reporter for 30 years, writing articles on politics, medicine, and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics, health, logic, and creative power to audiences around the world. You can sign up for his free emails at NoMoreFakeNews.com or OutsideTheRealityMachine.

(To read about Jon’s mega-collection, Exit From The Matrixclick here.)

This article (Medical Drugs: Too Big to Fail) was originally created and published by Jon Rappaport’s Blog and is re-posted here with permission.

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Hawking feared rise of enhanced ‘superhumans’

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The celebrated physicist passed away earlier this year.

The late physicist predicted that genetic engineering will ultimately render half of the world’s population obsolete.

Hawking, who died back in March, left a collection of papers and articles which included some of his notes on the existential dangers our species may face in the coming decades.

Of particular interest were his thoughts on a future in which wealthy individuals might choose to have themselves and their children genetically enhanced, thus leading to a race of ‘improved’ superhumans.

“Laws will probably be passed against genetic engineering with humans,” hawking wrote. “But some people won’t be able to resist the temptation to improve human characteristics, such as memory, resistance to disease and length of life.”

Once this begins to happen, genetically enhanced individuals could end up outclassing their ‘unimproved’ counterparts, creating a two-tier society that could prove disastrous for many.

“Once such superhumans appear, there will be significant political problems with unimproved humans, who won’t be able to compete,” wrote Hawking. “Presumably, they will die out, or become unimportant. Instead, there will be a race of self-designing beings who are improving at an ever-increasing rate.”

His thoughts echo those of others who believe that the future of our species lies, not in natural evolution, but in genetic modification and technological augmentation.

Some have even argued that such a transformation may have already begun.

Source: The Guardian

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We’ll Soon Know Exactly How Terrible the Internet Is for Our Mental Health

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The internet can help you keep in touch with loved ones or seek out professional help when you need it.

But the web has a dark side, too — cyberbullying, internet gambling, and social media addiction are just a few of its many pitfalls.

Now, a team of European researchers plans to figure out just how much psychological harm the net can cause — and how we might be able to help the people it hurts.

Problem Users

On Monday, the scientists announced a new group called the European Problematic Use of the Internet (EU-PUI) Research Network. That’s a mouthful, but the idea is to create a hub to better understand psychological problems linked to internet usage.

“Problematic Use of the Internet is a serious issue,” said the network’s chair, Naomi Fineberg, in a press release. “Just about everyone uses the Internet, but much information on problem use is still lacking.”

Existing research is very fragmented, according to Fineberg. It focuses only on specific behaviors, geographical regions, or segments of society. This international collaboration, she hopes, will help researchers identify “big picture” takeaways about the internet and mental health.

Manifesto

The group outlined its goals in a manifesto published in the journal European Neuropsychopharmacology.

With the document in place, researchers can begin the task of using approximately $600,000 in funding from the European Union to tackle its objectives. Those include everything from figuring out the role genetics might play in problematic internet usage to how website design might affect it.

Now that the EU-PUI Research Network is in place, researchers can use it in a number of ways. They can access resources that could help with their research, or share what they’ve learned about problem behaviors, such as gaming addiction and compulsions related to shopping and social network use

After that, the next step will be figuring out the best ways to prevent and treat these issues, which could ensure the internet is a positive force on the mental health of all — not just some — of us.

READ MORE: A Major Scientific Project Aims to Find out Exactly How the Internet Is Screwing With Your Brain [Gizmodo]

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